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Message Subject What if Massons and Illuminati are the good guys?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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If they are masters of the occult it would be safe to assume that they've already discovered that surving demons or satan is very primitive occult practice. According to my theory only small minority of their low ranking members do that. The reason some of them do that is because this is the easiest way to become part of the occult world although it is also the most dangerous one. High ranking members think they are Gods and therefore there is no need for human sacrifice or worship of any kind. What if their chip implant program will help to illiminate all domestic violence? That would be a good thing don't you think? Also, no more murders, rapes or theft. Everything you do is recorded so who would be so crazy to break the law?

From one of my previous threads

The point that is really difficult for me to accept is that to create their NWO in the future ( not too distant ) a lot of people will have to suffer right now !

They are creating Chaos , famine , fear and controlling and banning medicines that could alleviate suffering and even cure !

This is not acceptable by any standards of morals or ethics , but they ( The Masons ) are blinded by their arrogance !
They think that they know better , and hence have all the right to steer humanity in the direction they chose .

I believe that a great majority does not believe in satan , and that he is the great deceiver ; therefore under the guise of Goodness they are creating, and nurturing Evil .

The road to hell is always paved with good intentions !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 940169

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Thread: HOW COULD A BOOK WRITTEN IN 1930 ..... PREDICT THE NWO ????????? (Page 2)
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